Slut-Shamers, Stop The Judgment

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Have you ever been labeled athotor slutbecause your shirt was too tight or your skirt was too short? Many young women bear these degrading labels because of the way they dress or their dating preferences.  These girls are in good company, too Rihanna, Amber Rose and Kim Kardashian all know the burden of unfair criticism for their fashion and relationship choices, despite their undeniable impact on our music and pop culture. In high school, Ive seen girls slandered by these labels. But just because you wear a pencil skirt every now and then or hang out with guys does not mean you are a slut. They should not be judged on it. Furthermore, why is our society still judging women primarily on looks and not for who we really are? It needs to stop, and young women need to stand against it. To help combat slut-shaming, the hip-hop socialite Rose and her best friend, Blac Chyna, implemented Slut Walkby wearing brightly-colored bodysuits with hateful words written across them. By confronting the criticism, they raise their voices to help end the slander. There is no shame in that.

by Jessica Bond, Kenwood Academy

 

 

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